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Nature's Bounty Tea Tree Oil Natural Antiseptic

A pure oil culled from the leaves of a tree native to Australia. Traditionally, it has been used as a topical agent for the skin. Our superior grade of tea tree oil is meticulously analyzed to ensure that it exceeds these levels of oil quality standards decreed by the Australian government. Pharmaceutical grade 100% pure Australian oil Not tested on animals
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4 out of 5(80%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Tea Tree Oil Natural Antiseptic
Review 1 for Tea Tree Oil Natural Antiseptic
Overall Rating: 
5 out of 5
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Location:MISS
Age:45-54
Gender:male

Tea Tree Oil

Date:November 9, 2013
Pros: powerful and effective
Cons: whaaaat? absolutely no cons
Natures Bounty Tea Tree Oil is absolutely the best. I use for ailments from a-z...
Review 2 for Tea Tree Oil Natural Antiseptic
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Location:Portland Metro, OR
Gender:female

Tea Tree Oil Personal Care

Date:October 30, 2013
Pros: a small amount goes a long way
I use this on all my skin irritations. It helps heal all types of rashes, speeds up healing of cuts, scraps & athletes foot problems. The smell is pungent, but the smell doesn't linger. It is a good value as a small amount goes a long way. I also use it to keep leg sores (typical for people with diabetes) under control. A natural (non-toxic) product similar to use as Campho-phenique.
Review 3 for Tea Tree Oil Natural Antiseptic
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Location:St. Petersburg, Florida
Age:45-54
Gender:female

Quality & Effectiveness has diminished

Date:July 10, 2013
Cons: no longer effective nor potent as it once was
This Nature's Bounty 100% pharmaceutical grade Tea Tree oil used to be very effective and I used it for 6 years .
I used to put a few drops in my bath to ionize the water and it used to be effective against cyanobacteria a/k/a blue green algae dinoflagellates in hair from swimming in contaminated coastal waters of Florida.
I was also effective against mold and fungi, as well as mites and insect bites.
Walgreens stopped carrying this excellent product in the stores in the past 1 1/2 years.
Nature's Bounty Tea Tree oil is now only available online, and the quality and potency of this product has diminished.
The Nature's Bounty Tea Tree oil that is now only available online from Walgreens seems to be much less effective and does not do the job as it once did.
Walgreen came out with their own store brand of Tea Tree oil around the same time Walgreens stopped carrying Nature's Bounty Tea Tree oil in their stores. To me this is suspicious.
Something has happened to the quality of this product either in the manufacturing process, distribution process or somewhere along the way....It is no longer effective nor potent as it once used to be.
4 of 5 found this review helpful.
Review 4 for Tea Tree Oil Natural Antiseptic
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Location:The Ozarks
Age:55-65
Gender:female

Really Cleans!

Date:July 19, 2011
Cons: doesn't have a dropper you'll need to have one.
I massaged this into my scalp (57 yo white female) with my fingertips. This felt really tingly, but I wasn't blown away. THEN I rubbed my fingertips together and I was amazed at the gunk that rolled up. I repeated massaging and rubbing, and got off a lot of gunk. I wash my hair daily (every other in the winter) I don't have dandruff, and I would not have thought I had any gunk on my scalp. After I shampooed my hair, it was so soft and so clean and so fluffy. I think I will do this once or twice a month now.
Review 5 for Tea Tree Oil Natural Antiseptic
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Location:Indianapolis, IN
Age:55-65
Gender:female

Always keep a bottle on hand

Date:October 14, 2010
Pros: super price
I use this tea tree oil for cuts and scrapes on people as well as pets. I always bogo so it is a third of the price of one bottle at the health food store. Walgreen's and Nature's Bounty are names that I trust.
2 of 4 found this review helpful.
Review 6 for Tea Tree Oil Natural Antiseptic
Overall Rating: 
5 out of 5
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Location:Cincinnati, OH

Really works

Date:February 22, 2010
Pros: Antifungal, Effective
Cons: Mildly Unpleasant Odor, Cannot be used on cats
Long story short: ringworm. I know, yuck! If you don't already know, this is caused by a fungus, not a worm. It can be notoriously hard to get rid of, is highly contagious and easy to spread. OTC or even prescription antifungal ointments usually work but not always. As a vet tech, I'm exposed to ringworm frequently and never had a problem, but when I did, it was everywhere and on everybody. After doing a little research, I found that a 5% concentration of melaleuca oil was recommended for antifungal use. I mixed one ounce (this entire bottle) with 19 oz of shampoo (any would do, but I used a moisturizing shampoo as the tea tree oil can be drying). Amazing! After one use, lesions were smaller and pruritis (itchiness) was greatly reduced. The odor of the tea tree oil is somewhat objectionable, sort of a camphor-eucalyptus-sour-bitter scent but isn't so bad if mixed with a nice-smelling substance. If you've tried other antifungals and been frustrated by recurrance, try this.
19 of 20 found this review helpful.